Cloudistics delivers the 4th era of IT infrastructures, composable systems, that delivers the agility, scalability and ease of use of the public cloud, with the performance and control of on-premises infrastructure. Learn more from the expert Dr. Jai Menon, IBM Fellow, Dell CTO Emeritus, and Chief Scientist at Cloudistics – on the evolution of infrastructures and how Cloudistics delivers the next generation on-premises cloud.
International Data Corporation (IDC) has just released an IDC Innovators report recognizing three infrastructure vendors with revenue under $100 million that offer innovative solutions for improving server hardware utilization in the datacenter. The three vendors recognized as IDC Innovators are: TidalScale, DriveScale, and Cloudistics.
“No one shoe fits all” is a good motto for businesses to adopt as they begin to look at the cloud. Smaller businesses have very different needs than large enterprises. The same is true for clouds. While we can all agree on the basic frame work of what a cloud is, the feature sets and functionality can differ greatly from solution to solution. But what exactly is an enterprise cloud? The wants, needs and requirements of a cloud solution for a large enterprise will be very different than those of a smaller company. What differentiates it from other cloud solutions? We wanted to explain our thinking and help build out the definition of what is an enterprise cloud.
Cloudistics delivers an all-in-one platform perfect for running Splunk, that provides the same simple management and fast time-to-value of the public cloud, but with the control, high performance, and security of an on-premises infrastructure. All of this for 1/3rd of the cost of a traditional infrastructure and 1/2 the cost of the public cloud.
Cloudistics, an on-premises cloud computing company, announced that Ignite 3.0, its flagship solution, is the industry’s first out-of-the-box Splunk-ready on-premises cloud offering. Cloudistics enables Splunk’s customers and partners to accelerate deployment time, reduce hardware costs, and shrink their hardware footprint. Robust product testing by a third party demonstrated 10TB of ingest with 30-day retention in a single rack.